An Iranian man talks about the country he left and how much he misses her, adding:
No, I’m not a terrorist not a wife beater, I don’t live in a tent in a desert.
I speak Farsi, not Arabic. Iran is pronounced “EERAUN” and not “I-ran” (it’s not track & field)
News flash: Iran and Iraq are two different countries, Middle east is a region and NOT a continent, and camels are not our way of transportation.
Iranian women are just outspoken (if not more) and liberal as European women,
Iran is the first country to have red white and green for a flag. A beautiful country ran by the wrong people.
But still the best part of Middle East!
Why am i writing this post about Iran?
The answer is actually pretty simple. I was born in Iran and when i was two years old we moved to Switzerland. And a lot of people don’t really know anything about Iran. They just think that Iran is one of this typical Arabic countries.. but thats completely wrong. The description up there, is the pretty best description of Iran. Iran is a really nice country with very kind people.
The Nature Bridge or Tabiat Bridge is the largest pedestrian overpass built in Tehran, Iran. The 270-meter bridge connects two public parks. Tabiat Bridge was designed by Leila Araghian as part of a local competition for the design of a bridge to connect two parks in north Tehran which were separated by a highway. This is one of the most popular parks in Iran where all the young people are hanging out, having fun, doing sport, going to cafes and restaurant.
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